I haven't dressed my kids up like any of these costumes personally. But some schools were not allowing kids to dress up like Native Americans, because some people were offended by it.and found it degrading to Native Americans. I'm wondering if it is under the same grounds as changing the baseball team's name from Indians, to something else.
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I am also part Native American... I have some of my great grandfathers tribal head dresses.... I would be honored if my children want to wear them... that would be honoring our ancestors on a Holiday that is all about honoring those who have passed on!!! I'd be psyched!!
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